Susie Bayes on Meaning & the Millennial Mindset
Susie is now dedicated to helping brands create genuine connections with the Guardian’s audience through partnerships – and is particularly passionate about work which creates a positive impact on readers.
Vanessa Beggs on the Psychology of Leadership
Psychological safety is becoming a top indicator of productivity and innovation in business. How individuals can prepare for, grow and evolve to be great leaders hinges on the psychology of leadership.
Will Richardson on Meaning & the Millennial Mindset
Will joined IIG in 2013 as Chief Investment Officer and is responsible for originating and arranging impact investment opportunities. Will oversees IIG’s venture capital division and led the establishment of the Giant Leap Fund as well as investments into Sendle, Who Gives a Crap and Car Next Door.
The campaigning company
Public commentary on social issues is often viewed as risky behaviour for corporate leaders. Not so for Australian Ethical, a company that regularly campaigns government, the public and in some cases entire industries for behaviour and policy change.
The power company that encourages you to buy less of what it sells
Would it surprise you to learn that this is the practice of a business that forms part of a 6.5 billion dollar publicly traded company?
Happy lawyers, shaking up change
Down to earth, honest, inspiring, funny and decidedly real, Michael Bradley of Marque Lawyers discusses what must be the biggest challenge for every purpose-led business.
How Purpose 2015 influenced positive change
Purpose invited 2015 attendee and Mezzanine’s Lead Developer Dom Sammut to provide a recap of his experience.
Kyra Maya Phillips on what we can learn from pirates
Co-author of The Misfit Economy Kyra Maya Phillips guides us through the globe's informal and dark markets.
Becoming a B Corp: AV1’s decision to take the plunge
AV1’s decision to become a B Corp was sparked by talks at Purpose 2015.